The Metro Chicago Progressive Media Network held Media Democracy Day 2010 at Teamsters Hall in Chicago on November 6, 2010. Here is the full audio of the two panels of presenters. Panel 1: Media Success Stories - Sharing What Works -- Presentations and Q&A (1:48:12) Kari Lydersen, journalist and author of "Revolt on Goose Island" Mark Clements and Tomika Serby, Jail Jon Burge campaign Victor Montanez, Chicago artist and exhibitor Mitchell Szczepanczyk, Chicago Independent... Topics: chicago, tv, television, media, indymedia, independent media, print, radio, policy
Reds broadcaster -- and former Reds pitcher Chris Welsh -- joins Bill for the latest edition of the Redleg Nation Radio podcast. In addition, Chad breaks down the questions facing the pitching staff, and offers yet another random Ten Second Movie Review. Topics: Cincinnati, Reds, Cincinnati Reds, baseball
This is a podcast where I am explaining a Grade 6 Social Studies project where the students became 'special' reporters who are transported back in time to question a young Cree boy about the Cree Woodland social norms. I did not get enough parent permissions to post the student's podcast but I include a short excerpt in this discussion. Topics: education technology, student podcast, classroom podcast
QR SoundHour: Online Mondays 12-1am GMT. Queens Radio Belfast SoundHour slot featuring, acousmatic art, electroacoustic, electronic, and computer music, sonic art and soundscapes. Topics: sonic art, meat, dronecore, water, computer music, noise, electronic, soundscape, glitchcore,...
below is the raw footage archive for Abasha a youth group based largely in Inanda, Newtown (Ematendeni). N. West of Durban. Mainly interwviews following standard questioniare fomat i.e. biography, famaly tree, memories about area, what has changed? what would you change? dreams for future of area/self, popular saying/proverb, favourite song and any other comments (see D/s questionnaire on www.durbansings.wordpress.com)... Topics: abasha, Inanda, durban sings, Azania, motho
A weekly Sabbath message by Elder David Walters discussing the Sixth Commandment "You shall not murder" and it's application in todays society. Topics: Christian, Apostolic, Messianic, Bible, Sabbath, Prophecy, revelation, salvation, commandment,...
entrevista a Montxo Armendariz en el programa La Diligencia de Radio Universidad de Salamanca, el 31-03-2006 Topics: montxo, armendariz, entrevista, radio, universidad, salamanca, diligencia, nacho, lasierra
Here we are Ladies and Germs! Our First OFFICIAL podcast! It is here where we let loose our organisational skills, and just plain have fun! Check it out, we include goodies you may notice were not in the last two! We review "Me And You And Everyone We Know" in our Sisqo & Pubert section, Review our Top 5 Songs in our MUTUAL FORTNIGHT PLAYLIST, WHAT'S HAPPENING in and around London this week! News around the world, oh, and LOTSA MORE! OK, check it out!, Luv, D & D Topics: Gay, Lesbian, London, UK, American, University
(This episode originally aired around 07/01/10) The Julio From NY Show Episode 61: This Show Just Won't End -Guess I lied about the ending of the show?! -Recap: What's been going on these past few months -What's on my mind and what are now my interests -Will attempt to do two podcasts now: "The Julio From NY Show" and The "Mundane Chatter Podcast" -Music for this show has been provided by IODA Promonet Track List: Ashes GrammarA Sunny Day In Glasgow "Shy" (mp3)...
A group of Libyan youth inside the country and abroad, sharing news and views about the Libyan revolution, with a special focus on Western Libya. Episode 2 covers updates from Nefusa and Tripoli, along with a last word from Libyan Youth and the future.
It's another trip in the wayback machine this week. The guys get together and talk about some of the collectible card games they played in their youths. They talk about the good and the bad, and even try to design one of the own. Listen in to find out how they do! Topics: Podcasts, Unqualified Networks Podcast